Published By: Rackspace
Published Date: May 28, 2019
Enterprises in Asia Pacific now run multiple clouds with sizeable workloads, and cloud technologies have become increasingly challenging to manage. While IT organizations seek specialized expertise to keep pace with the constant change and complexity, what they are met with instead, is a global shortage of skilled cloud experts. As the costs in recruiting and training talent rises, the situation escalates into a hurdle to implementing cloud strategies.
To better understand the cost of cloud expertise, Rackspace teamed up with the London School of Economics (LSE) and independent research house Vanson Bourne, to research on the severity of the problem. This e-book covers the findings to provide thought-provoking insights into why you should drive your cloud journey along the managed cloud provider route, if you were to be caught in a no-win HR loop.
Published By: Forcepoint
Published Date: Jun 06, 2019
Things aren't what they used to be in the enterprise. Your employees are mobile and they're storing and accessing data in cloud apps—often in disparate networks. That presents a serious challenge for old-school threat-centric security models that force you to make decisions with little insight or broader context.
Download our eBook to find out how a human-centric, risk-adaptive approach to data security can free up your overwhelmed security team to focus on investigations that really matter.
Overcoming the obstacles to deliver the modern learning demands of a smart campusFrom secure BYOD to robust WiFi and comprehensive video surveillance, the IT challenges schools face to ensure smart, safe campuses are not minor. This on-demand webinar details how schools like yours seamlessly integrated new technology on a budget.
For organizations to succeed with the onslaught of devices, sensors and tools that innovation garners, data must no longer be treated as a byproduct but instead as an asset. And data-driven innovation must start at the top. That's what Michael Schrage, Fellow at MIT Sloan School's Initiative on the Digital Economy, said during the Harvard Business Review webinar, Leadership and Big Data Innovation. Find out why data experimentation, governance and culture are part of the next leadership challenge for organizations.
Expanding and enriching the educational experience through a streamlined, broadened networkBYOD in the classroom and one-student-one-device trends meant Kentucky’s Bullitt County Public Schools needed an easily configurable, reliable and scalable network. Read this case study to discover the benefits of WLAN technology in the educational world >
Overcoming the obstacles to deliver the modern learning demands of a smart campusFrom secure BYOD to robust WiFi and comprehensive video surveillance, the IT challenges schools face to ensure smart, safe campuses are not minor. This on-demand webinar details how schools like yours seamlessly integrated new technology on a budget >
The United States educational system is in the midst of transformational change due to widespread adoption of
technologies, including video, mobile devices, and cloud services. Given the enormous potential of these technologies to improve educational outcomes, increase access to information and collaboration, and reduce costs, schools and libraries across the nation want to do more, not less, with technology.
The need for high-throughput wireless access was especially acute at Ligonier Valley High School, where
hundreds of students, especially those in math and science classrooms located in one wing of the building, vied for
simultaneous wireless connectivity to applications such as Larson Math and Science and the ALEKS one-on-one
instructional system. Whether in the math and science wing or other areas of the school, bandwidth-intensive
streaming video, multicast within classrooms, is common.
As education evolves, so does the way we teach and learn. This report focuses on one of the newest trends, still in its nascent
stages—mobile learning. It describes the potential benefits of mobile learning, addresses the challenges and opportunities that
introducing mobile learning presents, and provides examples from school districts that have already implemented mobile learning programs so we can learn from their best practices. The report also suggests key points to consider as you develop your plans, align your goals, and make decisions regarding mobile learning in your schools.
If you’re anything like your peers, you are evaluating your education technology on an annual basis to determine if it’s time for a refresh. While most schools conduct their device refreshes during the summer because teachers, staff and students are not present, this timing can prove costly as the market is flooded with devices from schools doing the same thing.
To help school districts re-think their technology spending to focus more on total cost of ownership and residual value, as opposed to upfront cost, we’ve partnered with Diamond Assets — a technology buyback company — to explain:
• The true value and cost of iPad and Chromebook in education
• When schools receive the most trade-in value for their technology
• How to prepare for and execute technology refreshes
The school has a reputation for innovation and makes extensive use of technology to educate its students and to prepare them for the technologies which help shape the world of both work and higher education.
Lodi USD needed a long-lasting wireless infrastructure with enough headroom to support media-rich apps running on tens of thousands of Chromebooks. This case study explains why the school district turned to Ruckus Wireless.
Cloud services are poised to boost US GDP by $2 trillion over the next decade, according to new research commissioned by Oracle—but not every firm will benefit. In Intelligent Finance: How CFOs Can Lead the Coming Productivity Boom, Dr. Michael Mandel, senior fellow at the Mack Institute for Innovation Management at the Wharton School, shares how finance leaders across industries can help their organizations benefit from the coming wave of US productivity using cloud services—and the emerging technologies and global best practices they deliver.
BUSINESS CHALLENGE Protect student data from threats posed by malware on teachers’ MacBook laptops
IT ENVIRONMENT Avast antivirus, enterprise network security layers
SOLUTION Malwarebytes Incident Response
RESULTS Removed PUPs and malware from hundreds of Mac systems in just minutes
Delivered instant visibility into connected systems and quarantined malware
Reduced risk with ability to proactively detect and remediate threats
Through a collaborative, groundbreaking study with three prominent U.S. business schools, Senn Delaney has discovered that people who operate from a unique set of three core principles consistently perform at the top 10 percent of performance ratings. The joint study and subsequent research and surveys led to creation of our new, evidence-based, practical performance model that can be taught, practiced, reinforced, applied and measured.
Published By: Aerohive
Published Date: Oct 14, 2014
Elle permet aux salles de classe d’aujourd’hui d’offrir une expérience d’apprentissage personnalisée et en immersion, d’améliorer la productivité du campus et d’adopter de nouvelles normes en matière de programme d’études.
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: May 23, 2016
Managing your device keeps getting more complex and your admins are juggling more complicated security and management tasks than ever before. Until now, you have needed many complex and disparate tools to secure and manage your devices. But now Windows 10 and MobileIron make your life much simpler by streaming many traditional PC management responsibilities.
Published By: Rackspace
Published Date: Feb 01, 2019
Nearly nine in 10 enterprises have adopted a multi-cloud strategy, according to the latest RightScale State of the Cloud Report, and these enterprises use eight different clouds, on average. Increasingly, their cloud of choice is a public cloud.
Every public cloud, however, is different. GCP is rapidly gaining users among companies of all sizes.
Today, GCP’s customers include large global brands like Disney, eBay, HSBC, The Home Depot, Schlumberger and Verizon, and smaller ones like gaming platform Smash.gg and the Rhode Island School of Design, one of the nation’s leading arts and design institutions.
Whether GCP is a good fit for your company depends on a multitude of factors. To find out what these are and how Rackspace can help your business, download this whitepaper today.